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Dell PowerEdge servers played a part in NASA's latest mission to Mars.
The nine new PowerEdge 12G servers come with high-end iDRAC7 remote management software, giving small businesses a taste of products usually available mainly to large enterprises
Dell has introduced the latest servers in its PowerEdge range and caught up with competitors like EMC and Fusion-io by introducing PCIe-linked flash cards for its servers
CEO Michael Dell discusses Dell server, storage and networking technologies as well as Dell’s end-to-end application solutions strategy.
These new Xeon E3-1200 PowerEdge servers will appeal to small businesses looking for a powerful platform capable of hosting multiple shared applications. The rack-mount R210 II with its remote management options is best suited to firms with several offices, while the T110 II tower is a budget buy for single-site deployment.
The company has announced a cloud infrastructure product that uses OpenStack open-source cloud software and is designed to work with Dell PowerEdge C servers
Dell has started offering servers with an integrated cloud-building package from Canonical.The Dell PowerEdge C2100 and C6100 servers will ship with integrated Canonical Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud (UEC), allowing customers to build private clouds based on Ubuntu Linux with the Eucalyptus cloud package, Canonical said on Wednesday.
The company has introduced two new PowerEdge servers plus a PowerVault storage device aimed at helping smaller businesses to expand their IT setup
Replacement motherboards for four Dell PowerEdge servers have been found with malware in their flash storage components
The company has introduced four servers designed for intense computing environments, based on Intel's Nehalem-EX and AMD's Opteron processors
Dell's PowerEdge T710 is ideal for branch office or medium-sized business use, where performance, expandability and flexibility are key attributes.
There are plenty of servers aimed at small businesses — and plenty of SMEs still using a beefy desktop PC as a server instead. Dell thinks that's because the average server is too complex to set up and manage.
Dell continues to chip away at HP's dominance of the industry-standard server market, and the 2U PowerEdge R710 is an excellent choice, although its internal storage capacity is limited.
Dell announced a deal today with Xsigo Systems, a Silicon Valley company whose I/O virtualization technology will now be offered as an option on Dell's PowerEdge servers and storage systems.The move helps Dell, which also has being forced to rethink business strategies as the economic downturn impacts its business, get back on a level playing field with HP and IBM, which already have virturtalization I/O technologies of their own in place.
The long-time partners aim to provide complete systems for optimising Oracle data warehouses as large as 10TB, using PowerEdge servers and Clariion storage
One year after Red Hat acquired JBoss, the battle is finally beginning to heat up in the open source middleware space.In what was described as a "coming out party" for JBoss post merger, Red Hat and Dell disclosed at LinuxWorld 2007 plans to prebundle three middleware stacks on Dell's PowerEdge Servers.
Dell executives met with the press today in San Francisco to have a discussion about the company’s strategic direction, but it turned into more of a lecture about how Dell is going to leapfrog HP and IBM in delivering datacenter solutions.Dell’s CTO Kevin Kettler and Jay Parker, director of PowerEdge servers, announced Project Hybrid, which they said will set a new industry standard for reducing cost and complexity in datacenters.
The big AMD/Dell news is two PowerEdge Dell servers with Opteron processors, following on Dell's use of Opteron's in desktop products. The PowerEdge 6950 is a four-socket server, designed for database applications, server consolidation, virtualization.
Dell's latest PowerEdge servers may be an all-Intel team, but there's an AMD super-slab warming up on the sidelines.Introducing the new range to the Asia-Pacific media and analysts at an enterprise event in Singapore this week, Dell's regional enterprise head, Damien Crotty, highlighted that the four models can use either Intel's 5000 series dual-core Xeon "Dempsey" processor or the new 5100 series "Woodcrest" chips built with Intel's new core microarchitecture.
It may have been around for a while, but with its dual-core processors the PowerEdge 2850 is still bang up to date and ready for just about anything.
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